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MS Project: Create The Project in Microsoft Project
Posted on Saturday, December 29 @ 10:17:34 EST by webadmin

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This is "Module 6 – Create The Project in Microsoft Project", which is part of a series on "How to Integrate Microsoft Project and Microsoft Planner".


42. Develop the detailed schedule within Microsoft Project following scheduling best practices. Notice how the two original tasks still exist.

43. Once you have your scheduled developed, be sure to Set the Baseline (>Project tab, > Set baseline, >Set baseline, >OK)

44. Ensure Resource Names are assigned to tasks before clicking on Save.

45. When you are ready, click on the Save option within the Quick Access Toolbar

46. You may receive a notification that the SharePoint hierarchy will be updated to reflect the current MS Project schedule. Simply accept this message.

47. The information will be transferred



See next article: Module 7 – Inspect the Planner Tasks





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